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Saturday, November 29, 2014

New Hampshire Woods

The weekend before the big snow in New Hampshire we were visiting daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter.

Temperatures were moderate so we took a walk.



This moss covered boulder caught my eye.


Old stone fence lines once enclosed pastures that are now grown up with trees.  Whoever assembled this fence has long passed into history.


A waterfall in the woods with ice forming.


Handiwork of man to bridge the stream.


Dappled sun on the stream ice.


Remains of a water powered sawmill that may have milled the beams in house down the hill. 


2 comments:

Fun60 said...

That looks so cold, but a very picturesque walk.

Marcia said...

There was no wind and the walk was uphill going so we got warmed up fast.